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american airport today, l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling a semiautomatic rifle from a bag and opening fire in the middle of morning rush. families in the security line told to run take shelter wherever they could. right here in a bathroom. outside passengers fleeing, bags in toe. it happened here at terminal 3 where jet blue, spirit frontier flights l take off right at the security gate, passengers have been lined up ready to take off shoes and belts, tonight we have the latest developments here, the shooter in custody and right here on the ground, the powerful weapon he used tonight, the fbi confirming his name, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, and word this evening his family might have been in touch with authorities beforehand. a note found at the scene reportedly believed to have included anti-government beliefs. among his victims a tsa officer shot and killed. the first tsa officer ever killed in line of duty. these are live pictures tonight from our station in los angeles, kabc, and this evening one of the nation's busiest airports with a heavy police presence, we h
of the forecast. >>> now the latest on the deadly shooting at the los angeles airport. the gunman was dropped move by a friend who thought the 23- year-old was headed home to spend some time with his family. prosecutors said he was so intent on shooting agents. >> there will ab review of the security measures in place, not only at l.a.x. but a review of the security arrangements in other airports as well. >> police shot the suspected gunman. if he ever regains consciousness he will face charges that could carry the death penalty. >>> new changes will help you get through security faster. tomorrow a new tsa precheck will be available at concourse c checkpoint. the expansion doubles the location of passengers to access prechecked lanes and it allows preapproved travelers and easier and faster trip through security. there are already precheck lanes available on concourse d. >>> the current mayor is running, and the polls will close at 8:00 tomorrow. >>> as the problems continue with healthcare.gov, the white house is telling people to skip the site all together. there are option -- other options. it
, a gunman shot a federal security worker to death at los angeles international airport and wounded at least two other people. the attack touched off chaos as rescue workers rushed to get the victims away, and travelers took refuge outside if they could. airport police chief patrick gannon said there was no warning. >> an individual came into terminal three of this airport, pulled a assault rifle out of a bag and began to open fire in the terminal. he proceeded up into the screening area where t.s.a. screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself. >> woodruff: the gunman ultimately shot it out with police and, apparently, was wounded before being captured. the associated press identified him as 23-year-old paul ciancia of the los angeles area. for a time, the incident caused the federal aviation administration to ground all departures from l.a.x. flights bound there from other cities were ordered not to take off. iraqi prime minister nouri al- maliki appealed today for u.s. help against violent attacks by al-qaeda militants. he wound up a washin
halfway around the world. in pittsburgh neighbors gathering medical supplies. in los angeles u.s. veterans setting out for the storm zone to try to help on the ground. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moren is on the ground to get help there fast. terry. >> reporter: dawn is just coming up here at the military base in manila. this is going to be one of the main staging areas for the massive relief effort under way so desperately needed. take a look at this photo from the disaster zone, children holding up signs pleading for food, water, help of any kind. right now it's the u.s. marines doing the heavy lifting. they have five giant cargo aircraft like this one right behind me and 215 marines in the initial deployment carrying all kinds of supplies, forklifts, generators, water, medical supplies, food. sanitation and hygiene supplies as well to fight the looming public health crises that faces this country. the usaid has pledged $20 million. the united nations sending out a flash appeal for help around the world. make no mistake, they understand that every hour counts. diane? >> monit
, los angeles. >>> and we have more tonight on the frightening airplane emergency for hundreds of passengers after their plane had already landed in montreal. they had to use the escape shoot, a baggage truck next to the jumbo jet suddenly burst into flames. abc's david kerley shows us what happened. >> reporter: an emergency evacuation, slides deploying passengers leaping to safety. this was no small fire. it was a blaze under the 767 which had just landed. the rubber conveyor belt on a baggage loader erupting in fire. >> we're talking about fire beside a plane. >> reporter: with most of the 250 passengers still on board, the pilot of the royal air flight had to make a decision. his call? to order the emergency evacuation. >> people running everywhere. there were like -- we don't know what to do, like lost. >> reporter: some of the seven injured were hurt from jumping down the slides but the majority suffered smoke inhalation. five were taken to the hospital. as remarkable as the pictures are, the damage to the aircraft is apparently not that significant. still, canadian inves
bowed. and in los angeles, tsa workers honored one of their own. >>> and next tonight, a heads up from police, just three weeks before the holiday shopping season begins. they are tracking a new type of crime, popping up across the country. it's called flash rob, a play on the term flash mob, instead of a fun loving dance it has a vandalizing twist. here's abc senior justice correspondent pierre thomas. >> reporter: these five men walking into a chicago area sports authority are about to commit the most brazen theft you may ever see. there they are running out of the store, rolling racks full of clothing, take another look. they are stealing racks of coats, it's over in less than 30 seconds. they're not done. the same thieves are believed to have targeted two other sports authority stores, this week alone. police are seeing crimes like this around the country. so called flash robs. coordinated groups of thieves, who swarm stores. the chicago area clothing store was hit last year. >> we had about 15 or 16 kids in the store before i lock the door. overwhelming sensation of just not able
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things around. >> sure. they ripped up the roster pretty much and sent a bunch of guys out to los angeles who they thought were malcontents and didn't fit into the program and they brought in a bunch of bit players. they didn't go out for the high-priced fry agents as they had in recent times. they went and got some kind of "b" actors and character actors and brought them in and put them around a core that had been here last year, some pitchers who had been beleaguered and kind of raked over the coals and par boiled for 24 hours everyday by the talk shows and a few players that had been kind of injured in last year's bad year. and they put it all together and somehow it all worked. every piece they put into the puzzle seemed to fit just right. >> brown: we talk about the first win in boston but, of course, it was 2004 that was the great lifting of the curse and you and i talked at that time when that happened. how did last night compare to then? >> well, i myself think that nothing compares to then. then was a night in 2004, it was an 86-year-old sort of crusade, a local quest for the hol
in airport prices in san francisco, san jose and los angeles which have passed similar living wage laws; winners like airport companies owned by shareholders who've also been flying high for years. seatac handled a record 33 million passengers last year who spent $180 million at places like anthony's, the top grossing airport restaurant in north america. alaska airlines, headquartered in seatac, just reported record third-quarter income. and yet, in 2005, living wage advocates declaim alaska airlines terminated 500 unionized ramp workers here, rehired some as lower-paid nonunion contractors. moreover, many airport workers get no sick leave. none. roxan seibel's been working at seatac for 30 years, has two adopted daughters, considers herself lucky to be making $13.95 an hour. >> i've been sick enough over the years where i've thrown up in the garbage cans. and if i call in sick, i get a point, which is a demerit against me. >> reporter: enough demerits and she loses her job. >> i had pneumonia once that took me over three months to get over, and i was sick and i was going to work every
with mayor daly. we've seen this early in the year in los angeles. i mean, this is sort of like an opportunity to see some fresh faces in some of the largest cities in america where we've had the exact same people in charge for a very long time. >> ifill: i think tom menino is 24 years older than the guy replacing him. i want to go back to detroit. that's the one that is not like the other two. it is a city under stress, quite dysfunctional and on the brink of bankruptcy. >> and i think what happened in detroit is they basically hired a problem solver, someone with deep roots in the corporate, civic, and medical community, and that's how detroit is going to come back. it's going to come back from these anchor institutions. you already see it in the downtown, along the woodward corridor, and the midtown. they really elected someone who seems like he's got the experience and the expertise to grow jobs, give people access to opportunity, in an otherwise fiscally challenged, very dysfunctional class. >> ifill: a majority of blacks elects the first white mayor in 40 years, and that's
's prosperous silicon valley. kqed in san francisco narrates our report. >> reporter: 100 miles north of los angeles in the dusty desert town of mojave the world's first commercial rocket ship is gearing up to launch at tro naughts to the edge of space. no, this isn't a movie, it's real. >> for 50 years space has been the domain of professionals, right? nasa astronauts, russian astronaut, chinese astronauts. and so what we want to do is to make space available and open to other people. >> reporter: but to experience the thrill of a few minutes of weightlessness you'll have to pay virgin galactic $250,000 for a two and a half hour ride 60 or so miles above earth. sure, it's a luxury but virgin galactic c.e.o. george whiteside thinks that price will fall eventually. >> long term, you know, i think the price can come down. zurnd an suv price point, you know, where you get down to that level. it's still expensive but i think a lot of people would be willing to do this, sort of once in their lives. >> since billionaire tycoon richard branson founded virgin galactic in 2005 more than 600 people ha
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